The short answer is yes. In the United States, hemp-derived CBD is legal in all 50 states and can be shipped domestically. Note that vaping products cannot be sent via Sendle. See What can't I Sendle? for more information.
But, before you move forward with shipping that CBD oil, let's go through the legal requirements for shipping CBD in the US.
CBD shipping legal requirements
To ship CBD legally within the United States, sellers must comply with the law. This means that:
- The CBD product is hemp-derived (as opposed to cannabis-derived) and contains less than 0.3% THC,
- The product is quality tested by a third party and results are maintained,
- The supplier is licensed to grow hemp and produce CBD,
- All parties—grower, retailer, producer—have all required licenses,
- The seller must have a self-certification statement verifying that the above conditions are met for legal CBD
If these requirements are met, you can ship your CBD products throughout the United States. If you have not met these requirements, you cannot ship your CBD products until you have.
It is the shipper's responsibility to stay compliant with the applicable laws surrounding the mailing of hemp and CBD products. Be sure to maintain records of all relevant documents (test results, licenses, certifications, etc.).
Sendle can request this documentation if questions come up about a particular shipment.
Are there age restrictions for CBD?
There are no federal regulations dictating age restrictions on hemp-derived CBD. As always, businesses should always check that they are in compliance with their city and state laws and regulations.
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